Johnson Controls’ Martin Renkis talks pricing, sales tactics for integrators adopting an ‘as a service’ business model for video surveillance.
By combining a complete video management system (VMS) and a comprehensive real-time video analytics solution, security integrators are discovering a new source of recurring revenue.
The new cameras comply with standards instituted under the John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019 (NDAA Section 889).
The video surveillance solution consists of new ultra-low-light UHDoC cameras, UHDoC DVRs and C3 CMS, a new remote management software.
Researchers used video of Duke students to improve facial recognition technology. The same data set is linked to China’s use of improving facial technology to monitor ethnic minorities.
Advanced Systems Group (ASG) of Emeryville, Calif., selected an OnSSI open architecture platform and Sony security cameras for the project.
Western Digital introduced a microSD card for designers and manufacturers of AI-enabled security cameras, smart video surveillance and advanced edge devices at ISC West.
Honeywell says its security and fire solutions feature the latest software innovations, video advances and flexible integrations to help dealers achieve greater connectivity.
LenelS2 will be showing a diverse lineup of new integrations and products, such as the integration of OnGuard data into Magic Monitor.
Integrators can deliver greater value by educating their customers about the benefits of applying video data beyond physical security applications.